Life as a Painting

Life as a Painting

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      • With a group of people from various countries, I often can’t be sure who knows what idiomatic expression. Even between the United States and other English-speaking countries there are differences, so I generally follow the adage “When in doubt, spell it out” (and coincidentally “spell it out” might need some explaining in its own right).

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  1. One of my favourites of the ones you’ve posted recently, I particularly like the overlay effect here, like one of those 3D dioramas I used to make as a kid out of shoeboxes with a pinhole in the end.

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  2. This is at the same time so beautiful but also sad. That lonely person in red desires to be a part of something bigger. Now it’s isolation and loneliness.
    I do hope that person has the courage to stand up and step into the world.

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  3. A very deep philosophical question, rabirius. Do we not, as humans, paint the moment. And, much as a photograph, does it not become a memory in our minds instilled forever. Brilliant work, my friend!

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